Arkansas Medical Marijuana Sales Top $86 Million

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Sales Top $86 Million

Arkansas opened its first medical marijuana dispensaries in May 2019. Since that time, the state has been scrambling to fine-tune its program and create an efficient system for all patients. The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the fledgling program, but it has also given way to new, more patient-friendly practices like improved sanitation, greater access to delivery, and telemedicine evaluations. Read More

Can You Get a Medical Marijuana Card for Cancer in Arkansas?

Medical Marijuana Card for Cancer in Arkansas

If you live in Arkansas and are battling cancer, cannabis may provide some relief. The Arkansas Department of Health has listed cancer among its qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. If you’re interested in obtaining a medical marijuana card for cancer in Arkansas, Green Health Docs can help you get certified. Click here to apply for your Arkansas medical marijuana card. Read More

Can You Get a Medical Marijuana Card for Chronic Pain in Arkansas?

Arkansas medical marijuana patient with chronic neck pain

Chronic pain is the No. 1 reason why patients seek medical marijuana. But if you’re hoping to obtain a medical marijuana card for chronic pain in Arkansas, you may be confused by the language of the law. This guide will provide clarity to the issue. Read More

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Expirations Suspended Due to COVID-19

Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary budtender serving medical cannabis

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, the Arkansas Department of Health has announced that it will be suspending medical marijuana expirations until further notice. This applies to both patient and caregiver medical marijuana cards. Read More

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Advocates Want More Cultivation Facilities

Arkansas medical marijuana grower working inside growing facility

If you’re an Arkansas medical marijuana patient, you may have noticed that your medicine is pretty costly. Local cannabis advocates are pushing for a simple solution: more cultivation facilities. It’s yet to be seen whether increased cultivation will result in lower prices, but if data from neighboring Oklahoma is any indication, the answer is a resounding yes. Read More